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It's no big thing. " The guy stared at Randy with his bored, superior look, probably trying to figure out if this big, tall blond dish was going to get rough and whether or not the idea appealed to him. Randy considered the 49 uppercut knee into the scrotum, a blow that every shortstop in the league knew how to administer to runners coming into second too high and hard. "Well, all right," the Frog relented after a long moment. " Fuck him. Randy sent the guy flying over first and into the stands for a ground-rule double anyway.

Every hit was a clean, sharp single up the middle. By the time he was finished, bodies were littered across the sand all the way to Baghdad. They walked out together into the neon reality of the mall, silently digesting the carnage, feeling drained but satisfied that terrorism had gotten its ass kicked. It was a little after three, two hours before they had to be at Fenway Park. J. stopped to admire a pair of slacks in the window of a men's clothing store. J. asked. " It was one of those classy boutique-type places full of expensive European-looking clothes.

J. smiled and nodded. The two of them stood there for a mo ment in silence, watching Bernie Lazarre hit. J. " "Just talk. Like friends. " And Randy grabbed the bat and stepped in to face Leo Gump, the pitching coach. The first pitch was low and inside, right in his wheelhouse. Randy hit it so far over the left-field wall that Charlie Gonse moved him from second to third in the batting order. Randy went 3-for-4 that night, including a bases-clearing double, which won the game in the eighth. 330.

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